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DBSI office soon to open its doors

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The Democratic Coalition Government for Advancement (DCGA)’s policy to re-establish the Development Bank of Solomon Islands (DBSI) is coming to fulfilment.

SI records trade deficit of $251.5 million in September quarter

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Solomon Islands has noted a deficit of $251.5 million in its International Merchandise Trade (IMT) in the September quarter of 2019.

Australia tops Munda visitor’s record

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Australia has been recorded as the country that has many of its nationals visiting Munda, Western Province during the third quarter of 2019 says...

Tina River Hydropower project reportedly beginning to deliver jobs

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It has been reported in the Solomon Islands mainstream media that construction has commenced on the access roadway to the...
Solomon Islands Chamber of Commerce

Tourism development needs collaborative support

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The Solomon Islands Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SICCI) says that it is imperative that the Solomon Islands Government together with all...
Fish farming

Considering the prospects and economics of fish farming in SI

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I read today, in the Island Sun newspaper, that the Solomon Islands has potential with aquaculture to meet the food security demand...

SICCI reiterates call for closer dialogue with Government

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The Solomon Islands Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SICCI), as the peak body representing private sector in the country, expresses...

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Breaking News: SINUSA calls for immediate removal of VC

A notice was issued by Solomon Islands National University Students Association ( SINUSA) for a meeting @ 12pm today (24th Feb) @ SINU Hall. The call is to hear students’ concerns and documenting them for an IMMEDIATE REMOVAL of the Vice Chancellor Mr. Ganesh.

The Solomon Islands Herald is also well aware of the many frustrations coming from both staffs and students with how the current VC is running SINU.

Will Ganesh survive this? We don’t know.

We will post more on this soon on our Website, Twitter, Facebook.

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